VfL Wolfsburg won the Bundesliga last season, as Bayern Munich struggled to remain consistent. Even though, Bayern Munich is probably the best known German club outside Germany and they probably have the biggest names in Germany but still they had a tough time in the season. The likes of Italy’s Luca Toni, the Frenchman Franck Ribery, the locals Miroslav Klose, Philipp Lahm and Bastian Schweinsteiger could not weave their magic in 2008/2009. The new season will come with more challenges, which may or may not be tougher than last year.
Here are the 2009/2010 kits:
Click on club’s name to purchase their kit from the Soccerlens Store. These are the latest shirts as of May 5th, 2010.
FSV Mainz qualified for the Bundesliga at the end of the 08/09 season. Nike manufactures Mainz’s kits.
FC Koln (or FC Cologne) was 12th last season and they wear Reebok manufactured kits.
Bayer Leverkusen was 9th student last season, 20 points behind the winners. They wear Adidas manufactured kits.
Borussia Dortmund was just two points short of the top five in the German top league. They wear Kappa manufactured kits.
Borussia Monchengladbach avoided relegation by just one point, Energie Cottbus was not so lucky. M’gladbach wears Lotto manufactured kits.
The number 13 club last season Eintracht Frankfurt is continuing two of their kits from last season. They wear Jako manufactured kits.
Bayern Munich struggled last season and could only manage to end up two points short of being the champions of Germany.
Hamburg SV stood 5th last season probably because they did not score more goals; otherwise, they could’ve been 3rd. Adidas manufactures HSV’s kits.
Hannover 96 lost 12 away games last season, probably the reason why they were 11th. They wear Under Armour manufactured kits.
Hertha BSC secured the 4th spot, just one point short of the 3rd. Nike manufactures Hertha’s kits.
The champions of 2. Bundesliga in 2008/2009, SC Freiburg will wear the Nike manufactured kits in 2009/2010.
We thought Werder Bremen to be one of the best sides in Germany, but they but they lost most of their games and could only secure 10th position on the table. Werder wears Nike.
Hoffenheim was 7th last season with decent figures, the others were just better. Puma manufactures Hoffenheim’s kits.
VfB Stuttgart was third last season just one point ahead of Hertha Berlin. Puma manufactures Stuttgart’s kits.
VfL Bochum could only win 7 games out of their 34 games and stood 14th (mind you, there are only 18 clubs in the Bundesliga). Bochum wears an Do You Football.
VfL Wolfsburg won the 2008/2009 Bundesliga, leaving Bayern Munich two points behind. Wolfsburg will wear Adidas manufactured kits from 2009/2010.
These are the latest shirts as of May 5th, 2010.